U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, an advocate for a robust American military presence overseas, dropped out of the 2016 Republican presidential contest Monday, acknowledging that he was winning little political support.
The 60-year-old Graham has often dominated the undercard of low-polling Republican candidates in debates that preceded five debates of higher-ranking contenders watched by millions of U.S. voters in recent months. But the quick-witted Graham has not won enough support in national surveys of Republican voters to make it to the main debates. READ MORE OF THIS ON VOA NEWS ONLINE